Reader Reviews

Online Safety

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Teaching Cyber Safety

August 5, 2014 -- Submitted by Kelly Bagwell, a reader who is affiliated with the site.

This site offers tips and steps that parents can take to protect their children online including, never giving out personal information online, setting rules for internet usage, and maintaining an open dialogue.


A Guide to Protecting Your Children From Predators

August 1, 2014 -- Submitted by Brian, a reader from California, who is affiliated with the site.

Hi ,

We recently put together a guide to protecting children from predators that includes “do’s & don’ts” as well as warning signs for parents and helpful resources. As someone that works to keep children from harm, I thought you might be interested to see it.

Kids Search Site

February 15, 2011 -- Submitted by Rick, a parent from New Zealand, who is not affiliated with the site.

I like this site and think you should add it to yours. It blocks adult sites from Google search results.

Wade Development

December 17, 2010 -- Submitted by Jack Wade, a parent from Houston, who is affiliated with the site.

Imagine one place where you can store your child(ren)s pictures, Dr(s). information, medications, including but not limited to over 50 more categories. Now there is an application, KidSafe, that allows you to save every piece of relative information about your child(ren) in one location stored in a safe and secure site, immediately accessible on your iPad. KidSafe is an asset in the event of an emergency such as, medical, lost/missing child or abduction. The use of KidSafe is limitless.

According to retired Houston Police Officer, of 24 years, Deanie Harmon, in the case of a missing child, the # 1 delay in getting information to the public and law enforcement, unfortunately, is obtaining crucial information from the parents in a critical time frame. KidSafe solves this problem by having everything at your fingertips stored in one location.

Version 2, slated for release in February 15, 2011, will allow the iPad information to be uploaded, to a secure web site, accessible from anywhere.

KidzRocket

February 15, 2010 -- From Susan, a parent, who is affiliated with the site.

A parental friendly, social networking site similar to Facebook and MySpace for kids and teens, in a safe, internet environment. Site features include chat rooms, photo sharing and video chat with other members.

Child Internet Safety

October 5, 2007 -- From Hume, a reader, from Connecticut, United States, who is affiliated with the site.

New site discussing issues of child internet safety directed towards parents.

Internet Safety – For Our Children’s Sake

March 11, 2007 -- From Jace, a teacher, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Internet Safety education and awareness is critical. Created by a leader in Internet Safety education, this blog provides valuable information for parents and educators. Getting the word out, is critical! For our children’s sake!

Safe Computer Kids

September 11, 2006 -- From Ian, a reader, from Bristol, RI, who is affiliated with the site.

Safe Computer Kids has been striving to provide information to parents about child internet safety. We have a parents forum which is updated weekly with current news on internet safety and also allow parents to be able to purchase software that would keep their kids safe on the internet.

Kids Internet Safety – Parents Internet Safety – Web Safety

August 22, 2006 -- From PAUL FOGARTY, a reader, from uk, who is affiliated with the site.

Parents need to protect their children from the dangers of the internet and My Space. Find out what your kid is doing at Websafekids.com, with tips and articles for internet safety and parent education.

Packetville

July 25, 2006 -- From Scott, a reader, from San Jose, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

Jump into Packetville to explore valuable information for your kids packaged in an exciting format they’ll want to tackle right away. Join them in adventures designed to give them an understanding of how the Internet works and how to use the Internet safely.